Legislation only for black and khoisan


There are more B-BBEE legislation against white population of South Africa as well as policies

Legislation Assigned to the Provincial Premiers – some from the old area as well.  The following lists are the most important pieces of legislation assigned to the provincial Premiers and traditional leaders.
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The following are the main pieces of legislation governing the regulation of the  institution of traditional leadership in South Africa, namely:

(a) Black Administration Act No. 38 of 1927;
(b) Black Authorities Act No. 68 of 1951;
(c) KwaZulu Amakhosi and Iziphakanyiswa Act No. 9 of 1990;
(d) Bophuthatswana Traditional Authorities Act No. 23 of 1978;
(e) Proclamation 110 of 18 April 1957;
(f) KwaNdebele Traditional Authorities Act No. 8 of 1984;
(g) QwaQwa Administration of Authorities Act No. 6 of 1983;
(h) Government Notice No. 11 of 1985 (QwaQwa);
(i) Transkei Constitution Act No. 15 of 1976;
(j) Transkei Authorities Act No. 4 of 1965;
(k) Ciskei Administrative Authorities Act No. 37 of 1984; and
(l) Venda Traditional Leaders Administration Proclamation of 1991.
The future of these laws will be dealt with when the proposed national framework
legislation is being formulated.

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Legislation Assigned to the Provincial Premiers

The following are the most important pieces of legislation assigned to the provincial Premiers:

• The old Transkei, Bophuthatswana, Venda and Ciskei Constitutions
• Old homeland and South African legislation.

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Eastern Cape

• Black Administration Act No. 38 of 1927, only sections 1 and 2(7)bis; (7)ter and (8)
• Regulations Prescribing the Duties, Powers, Privileges and Conditions of
Service of Chiefs and Headmen, 1957 (Proclamation No. 110 of 1957)
• Land Regulations, 1969 (Proclamation No. R. 188 of 1969)
• Pounds Ordinance 1938, (Ordinance 18 of 1938)
• Transkeian Authorities Act No. 4 of 1965
• Chiefs Courts Act No. 6 of 1983
• Administrative Authorities Act No. 37 of 1984
• Pounds Act No. 43 of 1984
• Land Use Regulations Act No. 15 of 1987
• Black Authorities Act No. 68 of 1951
• Regulations for the Control of Residents on and the Occupation of Privately Owned or Tribally Owned Land in Black Areas, 1967 (Proclamation No. R. 129 of 1967)
• Betterment Areas Proclamation, 1967 (Proclamation No. R. 196 of 1967)
• Nature Conservation Act No. 10 of 1987. The whole except Part 1 of Chapter 4, Chapters 6 and 7 and section 70
• Proclamation Concerning Payment by Blacks of Rentals for Arable and Residential Allotments and of Fees for Grazing on Certain Land Owned by the South African Development Trust, 1968 (Proclamation No. R. 300 of 1968).

Free State

• Bophuthatswana Traditional Authorities Act No. 23 of 1978, including
Government Act No. 137 of 8 December 1978
• Bophuthatswana Traditional Courts Act No. 23 of 1979
• Bophuthatswana Registration of Customary Unions Act No. 8 of 1977
• QwaQwa Administration of Authorities Act No. 6 of 1983, including the Regulations prescribing the Duties, Powers, Privileges and Conditions of Service of Chiefs and Headmen (Government Notice No. 11 of 25 February 1985)
• QwaQwa Levying of Tribal Taxes Act No. 5 of 1983
• QwaQwa Pounds Act No. 4 of 1974
• QwaQwa Nature Conservation Act No. 5 of 1976
• Black Administration Act No. 38 of 1927, only sections 1 and 2(7)bis; (7)ter
and (8)
• Regulations prescribing the Duties, Powers, Privileges and Conditions of
Service of Chiefs and Headmen, 1957 (Proclamation No. 110 of 1957)
• Land Regulations, 1969 (Proclamation No. R. 188 of 1969)
• Bophuthatswana Wheel Tax Act No. 43 of 1979
• Regulations Relating to Community Services in Black Areas (issued in
terms of Act No. 38 of 1927)

KwaZulu-Natal

• KwaZulu Pounds Act No. 8 of 1980
• KwaZulu Amakhosi and Iziphakanyiswa Act No. 9 of 1990
• KwaZulu Act on the Payment of Salaries, Allowances and other Privileges to the Ingonyama, No 6 of 1993
• KwaZulu Act on the Code of Zulu Law, No. 16 of 1985
• KwaZulu Act on the Licensing and Control of Dogs, No. 19 of 1988
• KwaZulu Nature Conservation Act No. 29 of 1992 Limpopo
• Black Administration Act No. 38 of 1927, only sections 1 and 2(7)bis; (7)ter and (8)
• Regulations prescribing the Duties, Powers, Privileges and Conditions of Service of Chiefs and Headmen, 1957 (Proclamation No. 110 of 1957)
• Land Regulations, 1969 (Proclamation No. R. 188 of 1969)
• District and Territorial Councils Act No. 15 of 1986
• Venda Traditional Leaders Proclamation, 1991 (Proclamation No. 29 of 1991)
• Gazankulu Pounds Act No. 8 of 1976
• Lebowa Tribal Rates Act No. 2 of 1975
• Lebowa Royal Allowance Act No. 3 of 1984
• Lebowa Pounds Act No. 8 of 1990
• Black Authorities Act No. 68 of 1951
• Regulations for the Control of Residents on and the Occupation of Privately Owned or Tribally Owned Land in Black Areas, 1967 (Proclamation No. R. 129 of 1967)
• Betterment Areas Proclamation, 1967 (Proclamation No. R. 196 of 1967)
• Proclamation Concerning Payment by Blacks of Rentals for Arable and
Residential Allotments and of Fees for Grazing on Certain Land Owned by the South African Development Trust, 1968 (Proclamation No. R. 300 of 1968)
• Gazankulu Nature Conservation Act No. 5 of 1975
• Lebowa Nature Conservation Act No. 10 of 1973
• Lebowa Dipping Tax Act No. 9 of 1976
• Venda Pounds Act No. 6 of 1976
• Venda Registration and Control of Dogs Act No. 9 of 1977
• Nature Conservation and National Parks Act No. 20 of 1986
• Venda Land Affairs Proclamation, 1990 (Proclamation No. 45 of 1990)
sections 6 and 7 and 14-9

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Mpumalanga

• Black Administration Act No. 38 of 1927, only sections 1 and 2(7)bis; (7)ter
and (8)
• Regulations prescribing the Duties, Powers, Privileges and Conditions of
Service of Chiefs and Headmen, 1957 (Proclamation No. 110 of 1957)
• Land Regulations, 1969 (Proclamation No. R. 188 of 1969)
• Licensing and Control of Dogs Act No. 5 of 1980
• Payment of Allowances to Members of the Regional Authority Act No. 3 of
1988
• KaNgwane Land Levies Act No. 8 of 1992
• KwaNdebele Pounds Act No. 8 of 1981
• KwaNdebele Levying of Taxes by Traditional Authorities Act No. 5 of 1983
• KwaNdebele Traditional Authorities Act No. 2 of 1994
• KwaNdebele Lingoma Act No. 4 of 1994
• Black Authorities Act No. 68 of 1951
• Regulations for the Control of Residents on and the Occupation of Privately Owned or Tribally Owned Land in Black Areas, 1967 (Proclamation No. R. 129 of 1967)
• Betterment Areas Proclamation, 1967 (Proclamation No. R. 196 of 1967)
• Proclamation Concerning Payment by Blacks of Rentals for Arable and Residential Allotments and of Fees for Grazing on Certain Land Owned by the South African Development Trust, 1968 (Proclamation No. R. 300 of 1968)
• Nature Conservation Act No. 3 of 1981
• Nature Conservation Act No. 3 of 1973
• Registration and Control of Dogs Act No. 4 of 1976
• Registration of Customary Unions Act No. 8 of 1977
• Bophuthatswana Traditional Authorities Act No. 23 of 1978
• Bophuthatswana Wheel Tax Act No. 23 of 1979
• Bophuthatswana Traditional Courts Act No. 29 of 1979
• Lebowa Tribal Rates Act No. 2 of 1975
• Lebowa Royal Allowance Act No. 3 of 1984
• Lebowa Pounds Act No. 8 of 1990
• Lebowa Dipping Tax Act No. 9 of 1976.

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North West

• Black Administration Act No. 38 of 1927, only sections 1 and 2(7)bis; (7)ter
and (8)
• Regulations Prescribing the Duties, Powers, Privileges and Conditions of
Service of Chiefs and Headmen, 1957 (Proclamation No. 110 of 1957)
• Land Regulations, 1969 (Proclamation No. R. 188 of 1969)
• Pounds Act No. 7 of 1974
• Registration and Control of Dogs Act No. 4 of 1976
• Registration of Customary Unions Act No. 7 of 1977
• Bophuthatswana Traditional Authorities Act No. 23 of 1978
• Bophuthatswana Wheels Tax Act No. 23 of 1979
• Bophuthatswana Traditional Courts Act No. 29 of 1979
• Mmabana Cultural Foundations Act No. 15 of 1987
• Black Authorities Act No. 68 of 1951
• Regulations for the Control of Residents on and the Occupation of Privately Owned or Tribally Owned Land in Black Areas, 1967 (Proclamation No. R. 129 of 1967)
• Betterment Areas Proclamation, 1967 (Proclamation No. R. 196 of 1967)
• Proclamation Concerning Payment by Blacks of Rentals for Arable and
Residential Allotments and of Fees for Grazing on Certain Land Owned by
the South African Development Trust, 1968 (Proclamation No. R. 300 of
1968)
• Bophuthatswana Nature Conservation Act No. 3 of 1973
• Livestock and Grazing Control Act No. 16 of 1983.

https://www.gov.za/sites/default/files/gcis_document/201409/254381.pdf

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Khoi-San

The Department of Provincial and Local Government and the Northern Cape Provincial Government are presently handling issues relating to traditional leadership and governance in respect of the Khoi-San people. The matter is being dealt with within the context of the processes initiated by this White Paper.

Thus the recognition of traditional leadership will be handled by the proposed  Commission on Traditional Leadership Disputes and Claims.

The proposed legislation dealing with traditional leadership issues will also apply
to the Khoi-San and their claims to traditional leadership.

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READ / LEES :

Agreements and Traditional leaderships

Richtersveld – KHOISAN AND CPA

“Zulu kingdom” Ingonyama Trust

Bophuthatswana “homeland”

Etniese volke / Ethnic people (SA)

South Africa: Traditional leaders

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